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Sep 25, 2011 11:00pm EDT
that experience? >> i was in charge of edmonton the letters there. i do not know how familiar you are with the magazine, but it has an extensive letters section. i became familiar with the intricacies of a lot of debates about foreign policy and domestic politics. i also became more familiar with the wait a magazine works and how it gets produced. >> going back to this book, "the faculty lounges"-- who thought of the title? >> that was me. >> where did you get the interest? what triggered the idea? >> i tried to sell it to other publishers as well. >> when did you start the process? >> about three years ago. i have been covering higher education a long time. the driving force behind this book was the sense i have disadvantage other people did not. i understood what was going on behind the scenes, both in terms of my family background and because of the reporting i have done. what happens when a student walks onto campus today -- you are an 18-year-old. somebody hands you a guide. they say pick anything, see what you like. administrators tout it as choose your own adventure. it is
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